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Thursday, April 29, 2004
There are some betting strategies, that consist of a team play, or 2 partners betting on 2 opposite sides of an even bet area, each one of them following their own progression.
There are many advantages when this team play is handled by one person, simulating the play for the two partners.
Let's assume one of the partners is to bet 8 units on Red in Roulette and the other partner 12 units on Black at the same time. If Red comes up, the partner betting on Black loses 12 units and the one betting on Red wins 8 units, with an overall loss of 4 units for the two. You can clearly see that this bet is equivalent of betting 4 units on Black and nothing on Red. It will give exactly the same result.
So if one would simulate the bet for the two partners, it would be sufficient for one to bet on the difference of those bets. Since the difference between 12 and 8 is 4 and the largest amount is on Black, then 4 units would be placed on Black only.
Another advantage of this is that if a zero comes up, only 4 units would be lost from the partners, instead of 12+8 = 20 units.
Many strategies designed for a 2 team partner play can be played by one person, provided one keeps track of both systems in one sheet and bets on the difference of the bets every time each side requires a different amount. If both sides require the same amount, one can simply skip that bet and place the next bet according to the result of the previous one.
Lately I have been using IBS in Roulette, playing for both Black and Red at the same time very successfully. IBS is designed for Baccarat, but can be very easily applicable to Roulette or any even bet area. After all, IBS requires the winning of 26% of all bets only in order to close a run with a profit. In Roulette, Black or Red and the other even bets will come up 47.37% (18/38) of the time on a double zero wheel and 48.65% (18/37) on a single zero wheel.
So playing either even bet in Roulette will work very well using IBS. Why not use it for both Red and Black simultaneously and double the profits?
There was a comment in the discussion forum, that one would require the double of the bankroll when one plays on both sides. This is not true. On the contrary, one would require less bankroll, when one bets on both sides at the same time. How does that happen? Very simply, when one side requires say the betting of 48 units and the other side requires the betting of say 30 units, one would bet only the difference of those amounts, that is 48-30 = 18 units on the side that requires the betting of the larger amount. So the bet of 48+30 = 78 units is replaced by 18 units, which is less than both 48 and 30 at the same time.
So we make more profits with less bankroll!
I will illustrate this with a concrete example. It is essential to know the rules of IBS in order to understand the example fully. You should take advantage of the special price of IBS, that is still going for only $100 (90% discount!), if you don't own it yet. It's a strategy that proved itself very profitable as you can also witness its performance in the IBS Syndicate (+180 units presently and continuously growing). Click here to place your orders, before its price goes back to the original $1000 in May 1, 2004.
Now IBS comes with a superb simulator, a programmed Excel spreadsheet with a sophisticated macro, giving you results for all 600 Zumma shoes and random shoes if you chose. You can experiment with different bankroll sizes, number of decisions, with and without splitting your bets. You can also vary the cancellation parameter between 2 and 6 (the number of figures to cancel on a win), showing you what happens when you use different IBS variations and versions. You get amazing results both with a low budget IBS and an adequate bankroll. The simulator is free upon your purchase of IBS.
Now, let's witness how IBS (the Infallible Baccarat System) is about to become IRS (the Infallible Roulette System), the profits of which will make you worry about IRS.
Here are the first 125 Roulette spins of Hamburg Spielbank permanencies of April 27, 2004, Table 1:
In order to master this technique,
we split our sheet into several parts:
The actual bet that we place on the table is shown in part four, where we bet on the difference of the bets required for Black and for Red. For instance, in spin 27 we need to bet 3 units on Black and 1 unit on Red. The difference is 2, therefore we place a 2 unit bet on Black, which requires the higher amount.
Having to bet the same amount for both Black and Red results in "no bet" or simply skipping that spin without placing a bet. If you are playing on-line, Sands of the Caribbean (one of my favorites on-line casinos, click here to see why), has a skip button, where you don't need to place a bet for a particular spin.
In the example above, we don't place a bet until spin 4, where we need to place 2 units on Black and 1 unit on Red, thus we actually bet only 1 unit on Black (the difference between 2 and 1, and Black requiring the higher unit).
The net running total at the rightmost column shows your cumulative profits based on the actual bets placed on the table and their results.
66 units are gained within 125 spins.
If one played Red only, there would be 42 closed runs, thus giving 42 units profit.
If one played Black only, there would be 29 closed runs, thus giving 29 units profit minus the last 5 units from the incomplete run resulting in 24 units profit.
Summing the units gathered from Black and Red yields exactly 66 units.
Note that the appearance of a zero simply is accounted for as a losing bet for both sides. Also note that in spin 40, for instance, we lose only 2 units on a zero, as opposed to 4, having placed the bet on the difference of the amounts, rather than on both Red and Black.
Again, if you are playing on-line, there is a very good on-line casino, that uses the "La Partage" rule, where half of your bets are returned to you, should a zero come up. This is at the Casino Las Vegas. Casino Las Vegas does not have a skip button like in Sands. However, if you simply quit the game and come right back to it, it starts with a new spin, keeping the same outcome log as the one before you left. And this is the way you get a spin result without placing a bet for the "no bet" sequences.
I hope you enjoyed this strategy betting on both sides of the opposite even bets. You can do the same for Even/Odd and High/Low kind of bets. It would be a bit hard to place bets on all even areas all by yourself. However, you can bring a couple of friends with you, where one would place bet on Even/Odds, and the second one would place bets on High/Low, exactly the same way illustrated above for Red/Black simultaneously.
If you are a Craps enthusiast, give this strategy a try for Pass and Don't Pass lines. It will work equally well.
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